American As Apple Spy

(2 pm. – promoted by ek hornbeck)

Cross posted from The Stars Hollow Gazette

Rep. Alan Grayson on the NSA: American As Apple Spy

I haven’t said this in awhile, what digby said:

It’s astonishing that this is necessary, but apparently it is:

Mind Your Own Business Act photo grayson_zps5587b06f.png

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Quite simple and to the point. Now you can support The Mind Your Own Business act by signing the petition, here.


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  1. TMC
  2. tahoebasha3

    Alan Grayson is awesome!

    Isn’t there a way that the United States’ citizens could sue the United States Federal Government for breach of our 4th Amendment rights?  There probably isn’t an attorney brave enough to file such a suit.

    And, there’s really no explanation for the need to spy on every single American, is there?

    I do think my comment here is more the truth as to why the NSA feels the need to spy on every single American.

  3. tahoebasha3

    spying on our e-mails, Facebook, Google searches, and all of our Internet activities.  So, if all these efforts to spy on all Americans are about tracing terrorists, or would-be terrorists, I’ll eat your hat.  (AT&T recently changed Yahoo e-mail’s formatting.  Only about 7 fonts now, emoticons first showed up, now are removed, much of my real e-mails I’ve been finding in SPAM since the change.  I don’t know if this change in formatting is really supposed to be “helpful” to us, but, perhaps, it’s “helpful” to AT&T.  I haven’t found anything helpful about it.)

  4. tahoebasha3

    About a week and a half ago, it was impossible to access your e-mail, unless you checked out AT&T’s new format.  I kid you not.  You could NOT get into your e-mail, unless and until you “checked” out their new e-mail set-up.  You had no option, because the same “pop-up” appeared everytime you attempted to log-in:  “Check out . . . . .” If you resisted, you simply COULD NOT access your e-mail.  Ultimately, one had no choice but to “check-it-out” and when you did, you were “locked” in with the new formatting.  I cannot begin to tell you how grating an experience it was . . . . there were no options period.  You HAD TO OBEY AT&T and go to its new formatting.  How iresome can such a thing be?  It is OUR monies that pay for the services   This shows how far corporatists go and do go!

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